‘Boku no Hero Academia’ Gets Two New Original Episodes

The official website of the Boku no Hero Academia (My Hero Academia) anime series announced two new original anime episodes on Monday, revealing a key visual (pictured).

Both episodes are scheduled to pre-screen in ten theaters from June 16 to June 19 and stream online afterward this Summer. The first episode will feature baseball-loving pro heroes who formed the Hero League Baseball (HLB).

The anime series adapts Kouhei Horikoshi‘s action superhero manga, which began in Weekly Shounen Jump in July 2014. Shueisha published the 34th volume on May 2.

The first television anime aired in 13 episodes in Spring 2016, followed by the second, third, and fourth seasons in Spring 2017, Spring 2018, and Fall 2019, respectively—each running for 25 episodes. The fifth and latest season aired in Spring 2021. A sixth season is scheduled to premiere in Fall 2022.

VIZ Media licensed the manga in English through its Shounen Jump imprint in February 2015 and simulpublishes in on their Shounen Jump platform. The 30th volume was shipped on March 1, with the 31st volume scheduled to release on July 5.

Official site: http://heroaca.com/
Official Twitter: @heroaca_anime

Source: Comic Natalie

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